ABCDE
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Mark's Camino Gear
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Camino Notes
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standard packing list
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three season backpacking list
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LbsOzTot Ozkg
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"Base" Weight5888.12.50
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Food&Water2335.00.99
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Total Pack711123.13.49
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Skin Out Weight106166.54.72
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Items# ofOzsTotalDescription / Explanation
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Pack12.0
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Gossamer Gear Package Vagabond1101023L and easily packable
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Gossamer Gear Gorilla Pack0280.0Larger than needed... but if Jackie takes my vagabond, it's the best option of what we own
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20L Drybag Liner122
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Sleep22.0
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MLD Superlite Bivy166.0lost my silk sleep sack, but have my backpacking bivy. A bit bulky but will work.
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NunatakUSA Ghost Quilt11616.0warmer than needed (30F), but it's lighter and more compact than anything else I already own
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Self Care13.2
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First Aid Kit133.0Adventure Medical Ultralight .3 + aleve, extra blister pads, super glue
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rei micro toiletry bag122.0my standard toiletry bag, update to hang and/or go back to ziplock bag?
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violife slim electric toothbrush11.51.5my standard for travel
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glide floss10.20.2switch from reach to sample dispener of glide
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razor111.0stop shaving?
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nailclipper120.5switch to smaller, cheap nailclipper
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100 sense bar + flatpack case133.0switch back to dr. bronners if not shaving for easier laundry?
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folding brush111.0
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toothpaste111.0
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On Person14.3
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Flexon Eyeglasses10.70.7
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Clipon sunglasses10.50.5clipons
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Garmin 955 Watch122.0do everything sport watch. Runs 1 week without GPS, 20 hours of GPS. Do I need a watch?
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Wallet, ID, Money111.0
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Opinel No. 7 knife11.41.4can't bring rambler on plane. Likely buy cheap opinel when land in france or get a small swiss army knife?
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iPhone 12mini14.754.8gps + full quad maps, note pad, voice recorder, bible
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Apple AirPods111.0bring to listen to music / audio books, no podcasts
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uniball vision elite pen10.50.5
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Hand Cleaner & Blistex10.40.4
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NiteCore NU25111Light, decent quality regulation
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micro pack towel111Wipe face in hot weather or maybe use my cycling buff
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Neck security pouch020often recommended... but do I need it. haven't on past international trips
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Cooking & Water2.4
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Platypus 1L Water container21.22.4or reuse disposible water bottles
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Clothing Carry25.0
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Injinji Tetratsok11.51.5Extra socks. On Nth pair.
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icebreaker anatomica briefs111
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trailrunning shorts13.53.5for sleeping, wear on hot days
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icebreaker anatomica tee15.55.5low stink, comfortable, dries quickly
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Macpac Nitro Pullover155great range of comfort. with tee and shell good down to 40F, ok at 68F sitting without shell
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Montbell Plasma Vest030vest + nitro + shell are enough down to below freezing. Needed?
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ZPacks Rain Pants14.54.5light rain pants which can also be worn for warmth, protection against wind, while doing laundry
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GoreWear R7 Running Rain Jacket144.0Fragile rainshell which is almost as breathable as a windshirt
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Clothing Wear29.1
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luna sandals199.0
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icebreaker anatomica briefs111.0
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western rise evolution pants110.510.5quick dry, good looking, light weight
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Outlier Supplex LS Shirt16.86.8dries quickly, protection from sun and bugs, looks respectable
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Montbell Rain Umbrero11.81.8Painted for sun protection. Light, good ventilation, sun and rain protection. A bit silly looking
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Consume35.0
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Daily Food010.0eat in towns and not carry anything?
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xLitters of Water13535.0typically 1L will be enough for me
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Misc/Options13.5
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Eye mask & ear plugs111.0
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Aukey USB charger, adapter, and cables133.0
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RAVpower 10k USB charger06.50.0can charge each night. shouldn't be necessary?
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bluetooth keyboard166.0for writing in journal or bring paper?
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Pack Towel Ultralight, XL13.53.5dries fast. large enough to function as a sarong